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its odd though, back in the day the SNES was the leader in the console arms race. It brought the power again with the N64 and the game cube. When sony& MS smashed onto the scene it sort displaced them and they never caught up but tried to focus on quality games instead. The problem was the xbox and PS had quality games too and the start of online and media features.

i had kind of hoped nintendo would pull out the stops and make a stupidly amazing 3D rendering monster with custom technologies but in reality when SteamOS takes off people will have access to a lot more power than the new next gen consoles that are already 10x as powerful as the Wii-u, so they cant really bring anything now.
They should make games for PC that are optimized and stretch 290's and 780's if you so choose..
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Nothing is backwards compatible these days. Even the Wii scrapped backwards compatibility with the GC not that long after release. It's a good idea. They need to leave the "gimmicks" behind: wii remomte, touch pads etc and go back to something like the GC, N64 but with more modern features such as media functions etc.

If by not long after you mean almost 5 years then you are correct.

Also the word gimmick gets thrown around a lot. Things are only gimmicks until they catch on or proven useful. The PC mouse was once a gimmick. The D Pad was once a gimmick. The analog joystick once a gimmick. The TV remote again, once a gimmick.

Nintendo is famous for unpredictability. God only knows what they are really working on. My money is on handheld tech.
     
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Sorry, didn't word that quite right. "Milking" is the word. They are milking their ancient franchises real good thumb.gif

Milking is not the right word, either. Milking implies sucking the same cow throughout the times, and Nintendo breeds a new cow every time a new game releases (with some exceptions, aka New SMB for portables and the two remakes they've made so far).

So while they do keep the same feel, characters, and overall direction (Zelda has a very similar storyline layout every installment, so does Mario, so does Metroid, and so on), the gameplay is usually very different from installment to another, as is the general art direction and environments.


I am also positive this is going to be a new handheld, although something deep inside me wants it to be a home console.

The Wii U was their testing grounds for the high definition, and now that they somewhat have founded the basis for their Nintendo Network, unified the account systems, eshop systems, Miiverse, and so on they can move onto designing their next workhorse.

We Wii U adopters were the testing rabbits, if you wish. Not that I mind it really, the current and scheduled first party lineup is enough to keep me entertained for a few years.
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Also the word gimmick gets thrown around a lot. Things are only gimmicks until they catch on or proven useful. The PC mouse was once a gimmick. The D Pad was once a gimmick. The analog joystick once a gimmick. The TV remote again, once a gimmick.

Sorry, but none of these things can be compared to the wii remote, all of those things were/ are a huge success, and made functionality much easier. The wii remote is not in this category. The wii, unfortunately was not really a gamers console but more of a bored housewifes console. Sure it had one or two good games but, haha, that's not even worth mentioning.

Nintendo have continued to do a great job with their handheld consoles but they have lost their way IMO with their other consoles.
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Let me be the first to say, it will be a higher resolution (double) 3DS with dual circle pads and an improved touch screen. Higher battery life too! All 3DS games will run looking much better, while newer games will be backwards comparable with the previous 3DS models. smile.gif

This was the first thing I thought, I am really hoping this is what is coming. The wallet is out and waiting.
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This was the first thing I thought, I am really hoping this is what is coming. The wallet is out and waiting.

Ha, mine too.
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A 3DSXLHD-DC?  It's a mouthful, but it would be a nifty little machine.

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This should be interesting, lets see what wacky controller they come up with this time. Maybe one you put in your mouth and control with your tongue or a shoe that you put on and wiggle your toes to control. Seriously though they need to just make a SNES/N64 style controller and let people buy what ever they want aftermarket. The best thing to ever happen to the Wii was the classic controller...
They need to also be sure it can handle the current gen games without being dumbed down or stripped of the detail. I was also hoping by this point one of the console makers would be using memory stick type physical media considering the price/capacity. Honestly they can skip the whole Blu-ray thing because most people don't rent/buy discs anyway, if you do you probably have a dedicated player.
I also hope they understand that their core audience isn't 10 yrs old anymore... that ship sailed out with tablets and smart phones.
I'm living in a dream world though I know...the Nintendo glory days are gone, but they left us with the greatest collection of 2d RPG games that will live on forever in people's PCs/smartphones/tablets thanks to emulators.
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Sorry, but none of these things can be compared to the wii remote, all of those things were/ are a huge success, and made functionality much easier. The wii remote is not in this category. The wii, unfortunately was not really a gamers console but more of a bored housewifes console. Sure it had one or two good games but, haha, that's not even worth mentioning.

Nintendo have continued to do a great job with their handheld consoles but they have lost their way IMO with their other consoles.

That is your opinion. The Wii Remote, love or hate it, still sold over 100 million and delivered an experience never before experienced. It's usefulness was dependent on software. There is software that takes advantage of the hardware but its not plentiful.

The Wii played games therefore was a gamers console. The definition of a Gamer is not simply one who plays on Playstation, Xbox and PC. A Gamer plays games on game compatible hardware. And the Wii Library is quite good once you dig past all the shovel ware that was published by 3rd parties for quick cash ins.
     
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This should be interesting, lets see what wacky controller they come up with this time. Maybe one you put in your mouth and control with your tongue or a shoe that you put on and wiggle your toes to control. Seriously though they need to just make a SNES/N64 style controller and let people buy what ever they want aftermarket. The best thing to ever happen to the Wii was the classic controller...

The classic controller was the most horrible and uncomfortable controller Nintendo has ever designed after the NES one. Edgy, with weird ergonomics, plugs into a Wiimote (the heck?).

I don't know what were they thinking when they made it but... Man, it does suck.
   
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